Oklahoma attorney Keegan Harroz pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to a federal weapons violation count.
Harroz was accused of prohibited person in possession of ammunition and selling or otherwise disposing of a firearm to a prohibited person.
Investigators said she provided her boyfriend Barry Titus with a weapon, knowing he was not allowed to have a gun because of his criminal history.
The federal court accepted the plea deal and a sentencing hearing is yet to be set.
Harroz, who cried throughout the entire hearing, will remain in the custody of the U.S. Marshals.
In Harroz's plea agreement, she asked for a 24 to 30 month sentence and for the government to cease an investigation into her owning/giving away a firearm.